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Iowa inmate’s claim he briefly died won’t end life sentence

Seattle Times Friday, 8 November 2019
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa Appeals Court has ruled against a convicted killer who says he “died” during a medical emergency and thus fulfilled his life sentence. Wapello County court records say Benjamin Schreiber has been serving the life term since being convicted in 1997 of beating a man to death. Schreiber says […]
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